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ISSN: 1765-291X

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Parham Shahrjerdi

Comité de direction

Christophe Bident, Jérémie Majorel, Parham Shahrjerdi.

Comité de rédaction

Monique Antelme, Andrew Benjamin, Gisèle Berkman, Vanghélis Bitsoris, Marco Ciaurro, Marcus Coelen, Danielle Cohen-Levinas, Jonathan Degenève, Marco Della Greca, Juan Manuel Garrido, Kai Gohara, Kevin Hart, Leslie Hill, Mike Holland, Susanna Lindberg, Charlotte Mandell, Laura Marin, John McKeane, Ginette Michaud, Marcelo Jacques de Moraes, Jean-Luc Nancy, Yuji Nishiyama, Paul-Emmanuel Odin, Hannes Opelz, Joon-Sang Park, Edson Rosa da Silva, Benoît Vincent, Serge Zenkine, Giuseppe Zuccarino.





















BLANCHOT ROMANTIQUE - Oxford, 20-21 April 2009 Print

         

 

 

BLANCHOT ROMANTIQUE

Maison française, 2-10 Norham Road, Oxford, 20-21 April 2009

 

PROGRAMME

With the participation of Monique Antelme, President of the Association des Amis de Maurice Blanchot

 

DAY ONE

9.00-9.25 Tea/coffee

 

INTRODUCTION

9.25-9.30 Luc Borot, Director of the Maison française

9.30-9.45 Hannes Opelz & John McKeane, Opening remarks

 

ROMANTIC LEGACIES (1): THEORY

Chair: Hannes Opelz

9.45-10.30 Christophe Bident, ‘Le neutre est-il une notion romantique?’*

10.30-11.00 Gisèle Berkman, ‘Blanchot et le Romantisme allemand: poétique, théorie, pratique’

11.00-11.30 Yves Gilonne, ‘The Self-Reflexivity of the Sublime’

11.30-11.45 Discussion

 

11.45-13.15 Lunch (own arrangements)

 

ROMANTIC LEGACIES (2): PRAXIS

Chair: Christophe Bident

13.15-14.00 Michael Holland, ‘Blanchot and Jean-Paul’*

14.00-14.30 Sergey Zenkin, ‘Transformations of Romantic Love’

14.30-15.00 Jérémie Majorel, ‘Blanchot narrateur de Mallarmé’

15.00-15.15 Discussion

 

15.15-15.45 Tea/coffee

ROMANTIC FRAGMENTATIONS

Chair: John McKeane

15.45-16.30 Leslie Hill, ‘“Une belle folie”: Blanchot and Translation’*

16.30-17.00 Patrick ffrench, ‘The Fragment, the Disaster, and Melancholy’

17.00-17.30 Maebh Long, ‘A Step Askew: Ironic Parabasis in Blanchot’

17.30-17.45 Discussion

 

19.00 Champagne reception and dinner, Merton College (by invitation only)

 

DAY TWO

9.00-9.30 Tea/coffee

 

POLITICAL ROMANTICISM

Chair: Michael Holland

9.30-10.00 Ian James, ‘Naming the Nothing: Nancy and Blanchot on Community’

10.00-10.30 Martin Crowley, ‘Even now, now, very now’

10.30-10.45 Discussion

 

10.45-11.00 Tea/coffee

 

11.00-11.30 Danielle Cohen-Levinas, ‘Les trois paroles de Marx: injonction politique ou appel romantique?’ (text read by Martin Crowley)

11.30-12.00 Parham Shahrjerdi, ‘Terreur et  Révolution’

12.00-12.15 Discussion

 

12.15-13.15 Lunch (own arrangements)

 

ROMANTIC CONVERSATIONS IN THE 20TH CENTURY

Chair: Michael Sheringham

13.15-13.45 Jake Wadham, ‘Blanchot, Benjamin, and the Absence of the Work’

13.45-14.15 Hector Kollias, ‘Unworking Irony’s Work: Blanchot and de Man as readers of the Athenaeum’

14.15-14.45 Ian Maclachlan, ‘Blanchot, Derrida, and the Romantic Imagination’

14.45-15.15 Discussion

 

CONCLUSION

15.15-15.45 Hannes Opelz & John McKeane, Concluding remarks

 

* Keynote speakers

 

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